A few from this week..

I’ve been busy with christmas stuff and also with the trip to Stockholm – it’s now in the middle of the night and I just can’t sleep without having posted at least a few pictures before falling into infinity.. So here’s a little something..

Sigma 8-16mm is incredible. Handheld in full speed. :)

Instead of a hotell I used one of my friends – Let me introduce Anders Gustafsson shot using the 8-16 at it’s widest. Some strange corrections applied in LR3.

And also a few pictures of what we actually did in Stockholm.. These are “real time” stuff edited on the spot using a green screen, chroma key thingi and a mac. We printed directly to customers in a big shopping mall. I was only there as a guide to build the set and make the light etc look good. Here’s a few test shots we did before leaving.


..and Finally we printed some shots and framed as christmas gifts. Hopefully the¬†receivers¬†doesn’t visit this site before christmas eve. :)

_-4.jpg shot of a shot and myself
Could’t help myself from not being inside the frame as well.. Both above shots taken with Sigma DP2 – Shots inside frame taken using Sigma SD14.

It’s now 02:44 and it’s really really time to go to bed. Good night everyone, wherever you are!

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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9 Responses to A few from this week..

  1. Travis says:

    Cheers Carl, been a long time fan with a DP1! Have a very merry christmas!

  2. Daniel Larsson says:

    Polarizing filter ftw! ;)

  3. Bengt Werner says:

    Hi Calle!

    Merry Christmas an Happy New Year to you and Lin.

    Nice shot with Sigma 8-16mm


  4. Clive says:

    I actually thought that framed picture with your own reflection in it was the gift itself!

    Done in a non-cheesy way, interesting modulation?

    Merry Christmas,

  5. Matthias says:

    Full speed, ohoh. I hope you fixed the brakes :)

    Merry Christmas from Germany, you know from Julia, myself and the dog…

    And I bet you have a SD1 proto already.

    Waiting for the Raw Pack, hope to see you again some day.


  6. Dan says:

    Merry Christmas Carl and to all of you guys as well!

  7. best whishes!

  8. colinc says:

    Thanks for making the dp2 RAW pack available.
    My conversions are available here if anyone’s interested.

    Happy new year.

  9. Carl Rytterfalk says:

    Colin, I like your conversions very much! Any details about what software etc you used? Great work!

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